ALERT: Biden’s CIA Chief EXPOSED, Met With Jeffrey Epstein On Several…


A high-ranking official in the current administration finds themselves entangled in controversy, as newly discovered documents expose their past association with a notorious convicted sex offender.

An intriguing development has surfaced in connection with the late Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted sex offender. The Wall Street Journal has obtained documents revealing that President Joe Biden’s current CIA director, William Burns, met with Epstein on more than one occasion, raising questions about the integrity of the current administration.

According to the WSJ report, the circle of individuals who associated with Epstein after his conviction is larger than previously thought, based on a wealth of documents, including his schedules. Among these names is William Burns, who has been the CIA director since 2021. The documents show that Burns had three scheduled meetings with Epstein in 2014, while he was serving as Deputy Secretary of State.

Despite not appearing in Epstein’s “black book” or flight logs, the documents reveal that multiple high-profile individuals met with Epstein following his 2008 incarceration for a sex crime involving a teenage girl.

At the time, Epstein was already a registered sex offender. The WSJ added that the documents, which consist of thousands of pages of emails and schedules from 2013 to 2017, have not been previously reported.

The true nature of these meetings remains unclear, and the WSJ could not confirm whether every scheduled meeting took place. Interviews with most of the individuals named in the documents suggest that their meetings with Epstein centered around his wealth and connections. Some even believed Epstein had reformed after serving time for his prior sex crime conviction.

CIA spokeswoman Tammy Kupperman Thorp stated that Burns met with Epstein about a decade ago as he prepared to leave government service. At the time, he was unaware of Epstein’s criminal background, and their interaction was focused on financial advice for transitioning to the private sector.

While serving as Deputy Secretary of State in 2014, Burns had scheduled meetings with Epstein, including a lunch in August at the law firm Steptoe & Johnson and two evening appointments at Epstein’s Manhattan townhouse in September. Thorp mentioned that Burns recalls meeting Epstein once briefly in New York and being introduced in Washington by a mutual friend, but he does not recall any further contact, including the airport ride Epstein allegedly arranged for him.

In October 2014, Burns stepped down from his State Department role to become president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a think tank. He continued in this capacity until President Biden nominated him to serve as CIA director in early 2021. This connection to Epstein raises doubts about the character of those surrounding President Biden and fuels concerns about the Democratic administration’s transparency and accountability.

Epstein’s case gained widespread media attention after allegations of sexually abusing girls as young as 14 in Florida surfaced in 2006. After investigations by the FBI and local police, Epstein struck a deal with prosecutors in 2008 to avoid federal charges. Instead, he pleaded guilty to soliciting and procuring a minor for prostitution, registered as a sex offender, and served approximately 13 months in a work-release program.

This revelation casts a shadow on the current administration, as it calls into question the judgment of those in power. The connection between a high-ranking official like Burns and a convicted sex offender such as Epstein highlights the hypocrisy of the Democratic party, which often touts moral superiority. In the pursuit of transparency and accountability, it is essential that those in power are held responsible for their associations and actions.

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Sources: Conservativebrief, The Wall Street Journal,

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